Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering & Brakes' started by Ben2057, Jun 28, 2020.
Need to replace front torsion bar bushes, is this a hard job to do.
Any help would be appreciated
AFAIK the bushes are bonded to the bar. You have to replace the lot.
I have new bushes, just wanted to know whats involved to replace them, is it a straight forward job
CLS 320cdi W219 2006
Has anyone done this on a cls
I've not done it on a CLS, but I wouldn't think that its much different to an E class of the same age.
My only experience is on a W210, which may not apply.
Cannot be that difficult looking at the diagrams. Just remove the clamps to access the bushes and a few grazed knuckles and some swearing later and you will be done.
Looks nothing like the access you have on a CLS, that’s why I’m asking if any CLS owners have done this work.
I know what you mean when I looked at my cls it looked as if the engine needed tilting. Or the radiators removed .. the w211 and w219 share the same chassis .... oh well !!
It will still be the same process.
Does Haynes do a manual for your car ?
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